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Study Shows Foreign Aid Spending is Good for Australian Exports

Lina Caneva, Monday, 23rd October 2017 -  New economic modelling from The Australian National University (ANU) has found that every additional $1 spent on Australian foreign aid in Asia has resulted in $7.10 in Australian…

Voter Interest Hits Record Low in 2016 – ANU Election Study

Lina Caneva, Tuesday, 20th December 2016 -    A major review of the 2016 Australian election has found record low levels of voter interest and record low levels of satisfaction with democracy and trust in government.  

Philanthropists Make Largest Ever University Donation

Wendy Williams, Wednesday, 13th July 2016 -  Philanthropists Graham and Louise Tuckwell have left a lasting legacy at The Australian National University after donating $200 million in the country’s largest ever personal

Analysis

NFP Policy in a Time Warp

Ellie Cooper, Thursday, 24th September 2015 -  Governments need to engage with the Not for Profit sector to chart a course out of the doldrums that have largely becalmed policy reform over the past three decades, writes policy analyst

Analysis

Wales Shows the (Third) Way

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 15th April 2014 -  ANU policy analyst John Butcher looks at a “fine example” of how executive government, the public sector and the Not for Profit sector can work collaboratively in the

Opinion

Regulation Bonfire Offers Little Warmth for Not for Profit Sector

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 27th March 2014 -  To abolish the ACNC on the grounds that it has failed in its first year to unravel the Gordian knot of Australia’s long legacy of regulatory hodgepodge amounts to policy vandalism,

Aussie Maps NFPs in Developing Countries

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 23rd January 2014 -  An Australian researcher is trying to map the Not for Profit, non-government hospitals and clinics in developing countries that operate on a hand-to-mouth existence to save lives.…

Indigenous Self-Employed on the Rise – Report

Staff Reporter, Monday, 19th August 2013 -  A new report by ANU’s Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research reveals that the number of indigenous self-employed people has increased and improvements to skills and policy…

Opinion

Current Super Concessions Favour the Wealthy – So Why Aren’t We Supporting Reform?

Staff Reporter, Friday, 8th February 2013 -  This article is by John Passant, a tutor at Australian National University in Canberra. It was first published by The Conversation. It is republished here under CreativeCommons

Government Makes Changes to Income Management Scheme

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 29th November 2012 -  The Federal Government has announced changes to the delivery of the controversial income management scheme in the Northern Territory, in response to findings from an interim evaluation…
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